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TheBody.com/TheBodyPRO.com covers The 19th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2012)

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Enhanced Linkage-to-Care Strategy Helps HIV Patients Receive, Remain in Care, Study Shows

March 8, 2012

At the 19th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) on Wednesday, Gabriel Chamie of the University of California, San Francisco "discussed outcomes in a routine linkage-to-care strategy versus and an enhanced strategy for accelerated antiretroviral therapy (ART) start in rural Uganda," the Center for Global Health Policy's "Science Speaks" blog reports. In the study, more people who were offered the enhanced strategy received follow-up care, began ART, and remained in care, and "Chamie highlighted the need for enhanced linkage to care efforts for patients at all CD4 cell counts," according to the blog (Mazzotta, 3/7).

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